Differences between Cognitive Automation and Rule-based Automation When you want to automate parts of your business, you are bound to come across the terms ‘rule-based automation’ and ‘cognitive automation’. However, do you know the difference between them? Rule-based automation Rule-based automation is a system that applies man-made rules to store, sort and manipulate data, imitating
Development of an Automation Technology Platform IT automation uses guidelines for the creation of an iterative process to replace the manual work in data and cloud implementations. Providing minimal administrative tasks to computers, systems, and applications. The application of IT automation involves individual actions, sequential sequences and the use of adaptive IT activities that are
Do you spend lots of time to do invoices entry and How can OCR and intelligence document extraction assist you? A common scene in Finance Departments: tables overflowing with paper, corridors filled with boxes of documents, and there is hardly any space to walk. Some of the staff may be busy looking at the paper sand
Artificial Intelligence and Rules-Based Automation for Vetting Resumes One of the biggest challenges that HR practitioners face today is finding suitable people to recruit. In the past, this task has proven to be challenging, in part because of inefficient manual tasks that hamper the recruitment process and the lack of access to the right details.
The Concept of Artificial Intelligence in Office Automation Artificial intelligence is a field of study where machines can “think” and make decisions in ways similar to a human, without fixed rules. Using artificial intelligence can provide enormous benefits in various ways, especially those related to digital data. A.I. can be a tremendous help for office